10 thoughts on “Chuck’s MLM Weekly Wisdom # 35 – May 6, 2015

  1. Diamond Grant

    I really strongly agree with point #5 about finding prospects who are already successful and have disposable income. It has been my experience that people who are entering the MLM industry and are strained for monetary resources enter into the business with the wrong motives and are far less likely to stick with it in the long term if they don’t see immediate success. People who aren’t pressed for money can really focus on growing the business without needing to see immediate results.

    1. Greg Boudonck

      To a certain extent I agree with that thought Diamond, but on the flip side, someone who is in bad financial shape may have the necessary desire to really work hard at the business. I believe everyone should be given the opportunity. It is bad if we start pre-judging people because of financial status. Some of the biggest success stories in MLM are people who were so broke that they couldn’t but a loaf of bread when they started.

  2. Britanica

    Great list and amazing advise to say the least. I have been in and out many different situations all centered around business and work and one of the biggest things I have learned is that you can’t let any set backs or doubting words from others stop you. When you do, everything you have been working for is only delayed.

  3. daksh bhatt

    Hi Chuck, I love to read your Weekly Wisdom articles 🙂

    I am visiting your blog on weekends to read these articles, very inspired from your view. Thank you.

  4. Maddie

    I love the quote! The book sounds great, too, I will have to see if my local library carries it. As always, you gave excellent advice and information in this post!

  5. Lumi

    You provide so much valuable information here. Thank you. How much time do you invest weekly your business? BTW, if you allow me I can tell you what is the latest system promoted by Mike Dillard. Very powerful and empowering!

  6. Greg Boudonck

    I also like the idea of friendly competition Chuck. This drives many people, even if the prizes are little, people have a drive for competition. By offering multiple prizes, you allow new people the opportunity to win too.

    As for that book you mentioned, I will read your review. Is it still available on Amazon even though it is out of print?

    Great post and have a great week.


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